Sex chatbot with pics
For Microsoft, it does not have to be that hard to live the statement.After burning its fingers once, Microsoft has taken a second dare at Artificial Intelligence (AI) with its newly tested chatbot.Named “”, the AI chat-bot was never expected to haul the usual load of expectations that marketers often have with a new launch.In fact, this millennial-minded bot is the least Microsoft could do, especially when its first attempt at AI failed miserably.The ghost of “ is exclusively available on the messaging app, Kik.
In retrospection, it renders the purpose of making AI the go-to technology in marketing stack obvious.
In short, Microsoft However, the chatbot is not programmed to answer dubious political questions and seems to walk the neutral line. If you have the Kik app, you can start a chat with here.
Moreover, the chatbot answers in robotic single words; or at most a short sentence with few friendly emoticons. https://t.co/Fk2RDp TB0G pic.twitter.com/Dxjns Ht1F1 — Nick Monroe (@nickmon1112) December 4, 2016 does not respond to words like sex, violence, drugs, weed, guns, bombs and slangs programmed into its artificial soul.
Microsoft is not the lone heavyweight tech giant pushing AI-based chatbot for marketing.
Google Amazon, Apple and a bunch of new start-ups are building their portfolio around machine learning and AI-based marketing automation.